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CDs, Importing, MP3s, iTunes, File Sizes etc. etc.


DJ Techz

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So. How does this work then. When I import an album that I have bought in a shop, using iTunes at 320kbps in MP3 Format, how does itunes get 770MB of data (songs) from a CD that only holds 700MB????

hmmm....

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DJ Techz

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then its only about 170MB when its on my laptop
Sort your self out iTunes

Moan for today ... over!

Ryan
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canarieslover

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I've just ripped a 13 track CD at 320kbps and all it took up was 111MB. Must be something wrong with the way iTunes works out size. Perhaps its a 'man' program.

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